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Danielle Clarke

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About Danielle

Experienced harpist performs beautiful music for all occasions
Harpist
London
Public liability insurance of £5 million

Danielle started harp lessons at the age of eight and started earning her Grades 1-8 (Associated Board Syllabus) prior to winning a place at one of London’s premier music colleges, The Guildhall School of Music & Drama. During her three years study at the Guildhall, Danielle began her professional performance career and has since enjoyed diverse work as both a soloist and as part of orchestras and chamber groups. She has taught many pupils within a home/school teaching practice and after ten years decided to focus purely on performing. Her most valued work however is within care home settings where she provides a variety of music to both soothe and stimulate the residents, many of whom live with a dementia diagnosis. Danielle is enthusiastic to perform at any event including special days such as weddings, anniversaries and birthdays. She equally loves providing ambient music for corporate functions as the dulcet tones of the harp create a type of living wallpaper as a backdrop to the formality of such an event. By booking Danielle you will rest safe in the knowledge that you will hire a professionally trained, experienced harpist who performs a diverse set of music from contemporary pop to folk music, from light jazz standards to famous show stoppers and from popular classics to lesser known harp repertoire. There’s something for everyone!

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
I require car parking close to venues
My equipment is PAT tested
I own a PA system
Encore awards
1st Encoreversary
Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Contemporary classical, Musical theatre, Film / TV music, 1920s era music, 1930s era music, 1940s era music, 1950s era music, 1980s era music, 1970s era music, 1960s era music, Folk, Traditional English folk, Welsh folk, Traditional Scottish folk, Traditional Irish folk, Easy listening, Light music, Pop, Covers, Vintage, Acoustic
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Instruments:
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Event types:
Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Instrumental teaching, Community music worker
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Song list

Marry You - Bruno Mars
Meditation on a prelude (Ave Maria) - JS Bach
A Million Love Songs - Gary Barlow (Take That)
Ladies in Lavender - Nigel Hess
I'm Yours - Jason Mraz
Songbird - Fleetwood Mac
Blinding Lights - The Weeknd
My Lady Hunsdon's Puffe - John Dowland
I don't want to miss a thing - Aerosmith
Halo - Beyonce
You're Beautiful - James Blunt
Somewhere, my love (Lara's Theme from Dr Zhivago) - Maurice Jarre
Stay with me - Sam Smith
Unchained Melody (from Ghost) - Alex North
Rewrite the stars (from The Greatest Showman)- Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
A Million Dreams (from The Greatest Showman) - Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Dance of the lambs - Kim Roberston
Somewhere only we know (as sung by Keane) - Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin and Richard Hughes
Moonlighting (theme from the hit 80s TV show 'Moonlighting')- Al Jarreau
Paradise - Coldplay
Ave Maria - Bach/Gounod
My Father's Favourite (from Sense and Sensibility) - Patrick Doyle
The wind beneath my wings - Larry Henly and Jeff Silbar
You raise me up (as sung by Westlife) - Brendan Graham and Rolf Lovland
Moon River (from Breakfast at Tiffany's) - Johnny Mercer and Henry Mancini
Children - Robert Miles
Cavatina - Stanley Myers
For the Love of a Princess (from Braveheart) - James Horner
New York, New York - John Kander
Whistle - Flo Rida
The Sound of Music - Richard Rodgers
If you're not the one - Daniel Bedingfield
Blue Moon - Richard Rogers
If - David Gates
Make you feel my love - Bob Dylan
Three times a lady - Lionel Richie
Love me like you do (from Fifty Shades of Grey) - Ellie Goulding
Watching the Wheat (trad. Welsh) - arr. John Thomas
Viva la vida - Coldplay
Londonderry Air (trad. Irish)
Titanium - Sia
Angels - Robbie Willams and Guy Chambers
Wherever you will go - The Calling/Charlene Soraia
Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol
Theme & Variations - Clementi
Jurassic Park (film theme) - John Williams
Every Breath You Take - Sting
Il Mio Tesoro (from Don Giovani) - Mozart (arr. Alison Martin)
When you wish upon a star - Washington & Harline
Ordinary People (as sung by John Legend) - Stephens and Adams
Beneath Your Beautiful (as sung by Labrinth ft. Emile Sande) - McKenzie, Posner and Sande
Flower Duet (from Lakme) - Leo Delibes
Come away with me - Nora Jones
Get lucky - Daft Punk
Hallelujah (as sung by Alexandra Burke) - Leonard Cohen
First Arabesque - Claude Debussy
Misty - Erroll Garner
Some Enchanted Evening (from South Pacific) - Rodgers and Hammerstein
Home (as sung by Michael Buble) - Michael Buble, Amy Foster-Gillies and Alan Chang
Autumn Leaves - Johnny Mercer
A whole new world (from Aladdin) - Tim Rice and Alan Menken
On my own (from Les Miserábles) - Claude-Michel Schonberg
Beauty & the Beast - Howard Ashman and Alan Menken
Get Lucky - Daft Punk
Titanic - James Horner
Wind beneath my wings - Jeff Silbar and Larry Henley
Romance without words - Felix Godefroid
Heaven - Bryan Adams
Canon - Johann Pachelbel
Paradise - Coldplay
You're still the one - Shania Twain
Till there was you - Meredith Willson
Caribbean Medley - Luboff, Burgie and Benjamin
Every breath you take - Sting (The Police)
Variations on a theme by Mozart - Le Dentu
Rule the world (as sung by Take That for the film Stardust) - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald
Plaisir d'Amour - Giovanni Martini
River flows in you - Yiruma (was intended for Twilight film!)
The music of the night - Andrew Lloyd Webber
I got rhythm (from Girl Crazy) - George Gershwin
The last rose of summer - John Cheshire
I dreamed a dream - Les Miserables
Hoppipolla - Birgisson, Dryasson, Holm and Sveinsson
Love Story - Taylor Swift
What the world needs now is love - Burt Bacharach
Passacaille - Handel
Love Unspoken (from Lehar's The Merry Widow) - arr. Meinir Heulyn
Skyfall (from the film Skyfall) - Adkins and Epworth
Stand by me - Ben E. King
Sunrise, Sunset - Harnich and Bock
A whole new world - Menken
Autumn Leaves - Johnny Mercer
Where or when - Rodgers and Hart
Oh my beloved father - Puccini
Vissis d,arte, vissi d,amore (from Tosca) - Puccini
Flower Duet (from Lakme) - Delibes
Everybody loves somebody - Ken Lane
Ain't misbehavin' - Thomas 'Fats' Waller
Time after time - Jule Styne
La La Land medley - Justin Hurwitz
Kissing you - Des'ree
These arms of mine - Otis Redding
Both sides now - Johni Mitchell
Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours - Stevie Wonder
Bight eyes (from Watership Down) - Mike Batt
Love is a many splendid thing - Sammy Fain
Speak softly love (theme from The Godfather) - Nino Rota
Sailing - Gavin Sutherland
Super trouper - ABBA
The last night of the world (from Miss Saigon) - Claude Michel-Schonberg
Streets of London - Ralph McTell
Twenty four hours from Tulsa - Burt Bacharach
Good night - Lennon and McCartney
Chan Chan - Francisco Repilado
Don't stop me now - Queen
Sweet child o' mine - Guns n' Roses
Whiter shade of pale - Brooker and Fisher
Fireflies - Owl City
A million love songs - Gary Barlow
Hooked on a feelin' - Zambon
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square - Sherwin
Send in the clowns - Sondheim
Sheep may safely graze - JS Bach
Canon in D - Pachelbel
The very thought of you - Ray Noble
Unchained Melody - North
Arthur's Theme (from the film Arthur) - Bacharach
Over the rainbow - Arlen
Queen of Sheba (from Solomon) - Handel
Pennies from Heaven - Johnston
Annie's Song - John Denver
Bitter sweet symphony - Oasis
I only want to be with you - Hawker and Raymonde
That old black magic - Arlen
Perfect - Ed Sheeran
True colours - Steinberg and Kelly
Another day in paradise - Phil Collins
I'll be there - Gordy, Davis, Hutch and West
Say you won't let go - James Arthur
Glasgow love theme (from Love Actually) - Armstrong
A Thousand Years - Hodges and Perri
Time to say goodbye - Quarantotto and Sartoni
All through the night (trad Welsh)
It had to be you - Kahn and Jones
To a wild rose - MacDowell
The joy of love (Plaisir d'Amour) - Martini
Clair de Lune - Debussy
Can't help falling in love - Weiss, Peretti and Creatore
Under the sea (from The Little Mermaid) - Menken
Part of your world (from The Little Mermaid) - Menken
Colors of the wind (from Pocahontas) - Menken
Strong (from Cinderella - 2015 film) - Doyle, Branagh and Danvers
How long will I love you - Scott
(Everything I do) I do it for you (from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves) - Bryan Adams
Let it go (from Frozen) - Lopez
Skinny Love - Birdy
Into you - Arianna Grande
Secret love song - Little Mix
What the world needs now is love - Bacharach
Bless the broken road - Hummon, Boyd and Hanna
Your Song - Elton John
Rule the world - Take That
Balcony Scene (from the film Romeo & Juliet - 1996) - Armstrong, De Vries and Hooper
The love of a princess (from Braveheart) - Horner
Gabriel's Oboe (from the film The Mission) - Ennio Morriccone
Missing you - Chris De Burgh
Psalm 23: The Lord is my Shepherd (from 5th Symphony) - Tchaikovsky
You're still the one - Shania Twain
Make you feel my love - Bob Dylan
Christmas music:
Rudolph the red nosed reindeer
We wish you a merry Christmas
O Christmas Tree
Deck the halls
The twelve days of Christmas
Love came down at Christmas
Good Christian friends, rejoice
While shepherds watched their flocks
When Christmas morn is dawning
Hark! the herald angels sing
The first Noel
Go, tell it on the mountain
Infant hold, infant lowly
In the bleak midwinter
Oh come, all ye faithful
Silent night
Once, in Royal David's city
The holly and the ivy
Good King Wenceslas
Away in a manger
Oh, little town of Bethlehem
What child is this? (Greensleeves)
Oh, holy night
When a child is born
Frosty the snowman
Santa Claus is coming to town
Mary's boy child
Jingle Bells
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
The little drummer boy
Winter wonderland
Walking in the air
We three kings of orient are
It came upon a midnight clear
Coventry Carol
O come, all ye faithful
Joy to the world
O come, O come Emmanuel
Still, still, still
Angels we have heard on high
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
I'll be home for Christmas
I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus
Silver Bells
The Christmas Song
Christmas comes anew
We celebrate the birth
Why so excited, my neighbor?
Come away, shepherds
Let it go (Frozen)
Do you want to build a snowman? (Frozen)
Baby, it's cold outside
All I want for Christmas is you
Fairytale of New York
Jingle bell rock
Mistletoe and wine
A winter's tale

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Up to 1 hour£225
Up to 2 hours£250
Up to 3 hours£325
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Hayley-Marie A, 2 months ago

Danielle was excellent, lovely music. Guests all commented on how lovely it was

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Carol B, 2 years ago

Danielle came to Easterlea Rest Home this morning to play to our residents. This is a popular activity that is very much appreciated by the residents and staff. Very relaxing, easy listening music that cheers us all up. Danielle is a very talented musician. Always friendly, professional and punctual. We look forward to Danielle coming back next month.

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Sam G, 2 years ago

The only thing more beautiful than Danielle’s music was my bride. From start to finish, our guests were enchanted- it fitted so perfectly with the setting. I can’t speak more highly of her, if you are considering having a harp at any function, look no further than Danielle, she’s as good as it gets.

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